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provide the people who live here would like us to leave. they want to return some normalcy and that begs that question, when we do go, when we leave this town and when our world continues, we leave all of these people with a brand-new normal and something they're going to have to figure out for themselves what their new normal is going to be like. and i just want to share an anecdote. moments ago a man by the name of joe whalen came here to meet me by the creek and seen the piece run today on cnn. he lives in town not far away. he's a general contract, builds homes in the community. he was so moved by that notion that once we all leave, they will be left alone with their new normal. he didn't know what to do. he said i want to do something. i don't know what to do. and ultimately he came up with a plan and he shared it with me moments ago. he's going to go around town to all of those affected by the tragedy and with some of his colleagues in the building business, he's going repair their homes. whatever he sees needs doing he's going to do it and he's not going to ask for anything in ret
and thirst, and i send down a famine, when they pray for the sun, and i drown them with rain, and they beg me for reasons, my only reply is: i never apologize, never explain. when the angel of death is a black wind around them and children are dying in terrible pain, then they burn little candles in churches, but still i never apologize, never exain. when the christians kill jews, and jews kill the muslims, and muslims kill writers they think are profane, they clamor for peace or for reasons at least, but i never apologize, never explain. when they wail about murder and torture and rape, and unlucky abel complains about cain, and they ask me just why i had planned it like this, i never apologize, never explain. of course, if they're smart they can figure it out -- the best of all reasons is perfectly plain. it's because i just happen to like it this way -- so i never apologize, never explain." >> job kept asking why -- >> poor thing, yeah. >> and never got an answer. >> no. >> jesus himself, "oh, god, why hast thou forsaken me?" no answer. >> i'm not so impervious to the world that i don't kn
whether it's going to give new jobs or not. we know oklahoma -- there has beg a number of studies done in oklahoma it did not produce additional jobs. as a matter of fact, if you draw a comparison to two years before, the 10 years after, it's actually less investment in oklahoma. it's bad for michigan it's bad for anywhere. >> all right. >> right to work is about lessening worker's voice in government and the workplace. >> if it's not about economic development, is it more of a political action against the progressive movement? >> i absolutely thingk it is. we have seen all kinds of voter suppression, suppression of democratic rights. this is another example. the wealthy -- this is really driven by wealthy forces in michigan that you know well, the debos. family others dick debos, and they want the wealthy to get more and more and the workers to get less and less to try to push us down to third-world level on wages and benefits. it's outrage ooze. it shows the tremendous -- actually we did him 10 days of really fruitful discussions about how to change the
beg two questions. one, was he trying to inflame the supremacist base of his following if you look at mccarthy's article, they range from ridiculous to outright insane and many are overtly racist. or is drudge really using the website to say he's ready to have a conversation about race which is overdo you in overdue in this nation. i don't think the right wing want to do that. they say it's behind us, race is divisive. i wonder if he's trying to do one of two things, inspire this race war that so many commenting on mccarthy's article believe is coming or putting it out there that it's time to have a conversation about race. >> cenk: that would be surprising. >> it's possible. >> cenk: yeah okay, but if that's true we should have a conversation about how the drudge report over and over again ran stories of black on white crime. whatever is happening in the country, drudge kept running headlines that were all coincidentally be black on white crimes. when he puts the word out there what is it one two three four five, six seven times. >> seven times yeah. >> cenk: do you believe him th
-- sheppards begging for perkins to stay alive. >> she's still breathing. please hurry. i don't know how many times he got her. they were arguing -- >> but she's been shot? >> yes. >> okay. right now, is she awake? >> the ambulance is on the way. you hear me? you hear me? cassandra! hey. stay with me! >> belcher and perkins had a 3- month-old daughter. bel mper's mother -- belcher's mother is now caring for the baby. denise? >> a private memorial service was held for belcher earlier today in kansas city. >>> actor frankie muniz is opening up about a recent health scare. the former malcolm in the middle star revealed to twitter that he suffered a, quote, mini stroke last week. he said he was taken to an arizona hospital after becoming blind in one eye and having trouble speaking. muniz turns 27 -- 27 years old today. >>> kidnapped and beaten to make home repairs? that is what a california man said happened to him. >> reporter: detectives say this morgan hill mansion was the scene of a full day of punches, death threats, kidnapping and home repair.
. they said as long as you never teach and after being such an icon, they were begging him to come and teach. >>> mother nature is getting a heck of a reputation around here from dishing up the 70s to bringing us right back to 40s. you don't mess around with mother nature. let's take a look. here also look at our sky conditions for you. she is bringing it in calm today though, plenty of sunshine. a few high clouds to the north and to the west of us. but other than that, not much going on at all today. we have some pretty clear skies and plenty of sunshine on tap for you for the afternoon in terms of the forecast. here is a look at our current temperatures. chilly out there. bundle up if you are heading out. don't say you weren't warned. 25degrees in manassas this hour. look at cumberland at 27. the same for winchester. frederick is only 23 degrees. we have 36 here in d.c. in the city. 30 in baltimore and 31 degrees at dulles. winds are calm and they'll stay light throughout the course of the day as well. with that ridge of high pressure and light winds, definitely chilly. we'll be about 43 d
not help. >>> the mother of an nfl football player called 911 and begged his girlfriend to stay alive while waiting for an a.m. plans. she was there when they shot his girlfriend on saturday. listen to part of the 911 call. >> -- police help me. >> they were arguing. >> and she's been shot? >> yes. >> is she awake? [ indiscernible ] >> can you 47 me? -- help me? stay with me. >> perkins died a short time later. belcher drove to arrowhead stadium and shot himself to death in front of the coach and the team's general manager. >>> the father of a girl with leukemia taken out of an arizona hospital now said his daughter is doing well and being treated in mexico the surveillance video shows the cancer-stricken girl being walked out of the hospital by her mother on wednesday. the police have been searching for her since. the authorities say the girl received a month of chemotherapy there and was treated for an infection that forced doctors to amputate her arm. the girl's father blames the hospital for the loss of the daughter's arm and claims the family was pressured over medical bills. >> thank
, they can't afford dinner. please have mercy, they beg. on the street, we meet four boys. they ask if we think it is safe enough for them to go back home. they talk of tanks firing and seeing other children lose limbs. they say what they've witnessed has made them all decide to be doctors, to save the victims of war. >> arwa is still with us. when the folks in syria hear you're from cnn, what's their basic message to you, specifically to the united states, to president obama? i'm sure they've got some words they want to share. >> reporter: they most certainly do. they want to know why it is that the u.s. has effectively stayed silent so long, they want to know why the u.s. is not supporting the syrian opposition, why the u.s. allowed the conflict to degenerate to such degree now they deal with islamist groups. they want to know why the u.s. seems to be okay with the fact that so many people have died so far and allowed the suffering to really continue, because even when it comes to humanitarian aid, for example, there's very little of that that's actually coming in. this issue of the ris
are nodding your head about that. guest: i beg to differ with you on that. they are part of my task force which meets every other week with about 40 other professionals from schools and psychologists. we work on the different issues. host: what is their mission? guest: to work on the mental health issue. they did not exert as much of their influence where they could or should. i think that is a stigma and that they are not as well organized in outreach and be able to get out to the different areas that are needed. i know them very well and they are wonderful people. there are wonderful organizations that need to work with them. they are effective. we need to work at the local levels at the schools, where children were working at the -- they can begin to spot some of these disorders and talk to the parents and to try to solve them at the early ages. that is one thing that one group does. they provide grants and scholarships to put on site clinicians to help these youngsters, educate the teachers and work with the families to get to the bottom of what eails a child. guest: we need to rethin
. what happened? four years is a long time. for james and the folks begging for her, if she runs, she will not be running alone. she will fight in a primary. >> are republicans quaking in their boots at the thought of martin o'malley or andy cuomo? >> i actually think hillary clinton deserves a year to take a deep breath and not have to worry about it. she needs to rest. give her 2013. it's not hillary versus hillary. but i think she ends up running. >> who the heck knows what could happen and how things are going to shake up. >> fascinating point. fascinating conversation for 2013. we'll be right back. duralock power preserve. it locks in power for up to 10 years in storage. guaranteed. duracell with duralock. trusted everywhere. your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes aren't always made for people with diabetes. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. and they have six grams of sugars. with fifteen grams of protein to help manage
himself, came in to beg his fellow republicans to vote for -- to endorse the treaty. i am telling you it was really disgusted. it was mean. it was shameful, just outrageous what they did to bob dole. they ought to be ashamed of themselves. he will jot spitzer, host of ""viewpoint"" joins us every wednesday morning, as he will when we come back from this break on the "full-court press." [ music ] >> radio meets television "the bill press show," now, on current tv. bs, just tellling you what's going on in politics today. (vo) at the only online forum with a direct line to bill press. current.com/billpress [ male announcer ] you like who you are... and you learned something along the way. this is the age of knowing what you're made of. so, why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flu
'd been drinking too much eggnog, and we begged him not to go, and then he put on too much bronzer, and he staggered out the tavern to the snow ♪ ♪ when he found grandma that morning, at the base of the fiscal cliff ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ she had orange marks on her forehead, and some cheato flavored tear drops on her cheek ♪ ♪ grandma got run over by john boehner ♪ >> stephanie: boo. [ applause ] ♪ >> stephanie: thank you, rocky mountain mike. daryle in california. you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, daryle. >> caller: hello. you know that gal that was talking about socialism of obama -- being a socialist -- >> stephanie: oh, that gal would be sarah palin, you mean? >> caller: yeah anyhow how come nobody mentions how much mitt romney and the gop was -- with their program a dictatorship? >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: if you actually looked at the two, they were proposing to control all women, control this, control that ore anything that didn't agree with them. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: now back in school that came out to a dictatorship.
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with hundreds of millions of dollars in budget and ma niptive hollywood techniques are prop beg propagandizing americans. >> i want to get you agreeing with john mccain on something right after this break. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. wears off. [ female announcer ] stop searching and start repairing. eucerin professional repair moisturizes while actually repairing very dry skin. the end of trial and error has arrived. try a free sample at eucerinus.com. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. >>> spencer, respond to what glenn just said? >> i have no idea how people are going to see this. i try not to base my judgments based on what i presume other people se
the euro. new leadership, pay cuts, higher taxes as their weary government begs for more cash. committing to save the euro. it lives on, but for how long? >> the deadliest month to date as the assad regime intensified its air power. >> how much longer can this man hold on to power? bashar al assad was under even more intense pressure to step down but his regime stepped up the fire power against the opposition, civilians caught in the crossfire, more than 40,000 people have died so far. >> reporter: this is yet another bread line. >> the opposition fights on, making more dramatic gains than ever and gaining pledges of support from the international community. number one, she fought back from the brink of death after being attacked on a school bus. the taliban shot malala yousafzai. she survived, wake up in a british hospital and, according to her father, immediately asked for her school books. the world was gripped, moved and inspired by the story of one determined young girl facing down an entire network of armed militants and winning. zain verjee, cnn, london. >>> next, the stories that
christian kin claim it is against the bible we beg to differ. they wrote this in the "l.a. times," we posted this up on steph stephanie miller facebook. there are only three passages that deal with homosexuality in the new testament. the passages don't deal with homosexuality but with temple prostitution and other abuses. i'm filling in for the ecclesiastical movement until friday. because of dated translations, many version of the bible imply otherwise. as for the old testament they cite leviticus. most acknowledge if we took all of the old testaments literally most of us would make it to age 40. >> stephanie: kill everyone that commits adultery, kill rebellious sons who disaway their parents. kill anyone who works on the sabbath. jesus never addressed the subject of homosexuality other than what can be inferred from his exam of loving and accepting everyone. they were referring to marriage between a man and a woman. where jesus protested the practice of men getting rid of inconvenient wives by handing them
, beg et are holding a press conference about an hour from now to ask house republicans to allow a vote on the middle class tax cut act which they passed in july. it is just the latest step to push to get a deal before the end of the year that will protect 98% of individuals and 97% of small businesses from seeing their income taxes go up. as the two sides deal with our fiscal future, politico reporting today that democrats are trying to get the white house to play nice with others and share its unprecedented database from the campaign. multilayered information could be valuable and incredibly valuable to 2014 candidates, state parties and outside progressive groups by giving them insight and everything from people voting habits to their tv watching habits to who may be most inclined to volunteer. they have not made a decision as to how to share the list if they're going to at all. they're using it to try to generate support for the president's legislative agenda. campaign manager jim messina warns, however that the list
a message saying people are begging him to get back into politics so he'll run for prime minister again. he resigned as prien minister over a year ago at the height of his country's debt crisis. he's been linked to several scandals over the last few years. >>> if you won the lottery, withed you quit your job or keep it? >> i think i would keep mine. the second winner in last month' big powerball drawing says he likes his job and will keep working. the winner is a married man in his 30s who lives in arizona. he doesn't want to reveal his name or his identity. you can't really blame him for that. he and his wife will take home about $192 million before taxes. >>> and here's what's trending online today. the autopsy of murdered rapper notorious b.i.g. has been released 15 years after his death. among other things, it shows the rapper whose real name was christopher wallace, was shot four times but only one of the shots was fatal. >>> former florida governor charlie crist tweeted he has joined the democratic party. he had been affiliated with the republican and independent parties in the past.
stint with the state department and democrats are practically begging to see her in 2016. according to the latest abc news, "washington post" poll, 57% of people say they would support her run. although abc is reporting today she said she'll most likely devote her time to her husband clinton's foundation to focus on women and girls worldwide. the u.s. treasury department is selling its last shares of aig. four years ago taxpayers took over as much as 92% of the company in a bailout effort to save the global economy. ben bernanke said that made him more angry than anything else the u.s. did to avoid the recession. we'll be right back. viewer for capella university. matter. education is the key. it is the vehicle. it's the way in which we evolve. every journey is different every possibility is unique. but the beginning, the beginning is my craft. i'm an ordinary person striving to achieve extraordinary things. it started with a dream and i'm on my way there. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit even the small
'am. >> present. >>present. >> here. >> present. i beg your pardon, mr. elector for. host: host: mr. elector. >> present. >> here. >> present. >> present. >>present. >> present. >> present. >> present. mr. secretary, all electoral members are present. >> i asked maureen o'connor, chief justice of the ohio supreme court, to come forward and administer the oath of office to the members of this electoral college. >> thank you, and a course, i asked you to stand and raise your right hand. if you will repeat after me -- i, solemnly swear, that i will support, obey, and to defend the constitution of the united states and the constitution and laws of the state over ohio, and that i will faithfully discharge the duties of my office as i shall answer on to god. congratulations. >> thank you. i will now entertain nominations for the chairman of the 53rd ohio electoral college. at this time i would glycol on wade. >> mr. secretary, i nominate chris rudford. -- redfern. >> are there any other nominations? >> i move that nominations for chairman be close. >> it has been moved that nominations for the cha
's debt been begging you heard the speaker say the word "balanced." that is a key word. let's make that even. i think once both sides get to a number that is pretty close to even, i think we're going to get a deal. host: what is happening today on the house floor? guest: for weeks now, some republicans have been saying what we need to do -- the president has been winning the p.r. campaign on this. what we need to do is pass our own bill to put pressure on the democrats. they will come in today and they will take up a measure that will extend the bush era tax cuts for a certain segment of income earners, those who make below $1 million. it stops the overall tax cuts for everybody which is something the president has been asking for. it raises rates on so-called millionaire's. that gives the president what he has been asking for, basically which is to raise taxes on people who he considers wealthy. the president has a different number in mind. the ones to raise rates on people earning more than 200 -- the ones to raise rates on people earning more than 250,000 -- he wants to raise ra
headline out of washington, d.c. it begs the question, where do stocks go from here? if we do get a partial deal on the fiscal cliff, what analysts say would happen is we'd probably see a modest sell-off with the tone more negative as time goes on. with a partial deal, there's less certainty for the marketplace. without a deal at all, there could be a rude awakening for investors when everybody wakes up up and goes back to work on wednesday and when the market re-opens. it's not a given that congress will do something. some experts are actually hoping to see a big sell-off in the market and could inspire policy-making. one points out although the market is a disciplinarian, it's not a sure thing that we get a clean and lasting solution. something the market is looking for. suzanne. >> thank you. >>> president obama expected to speak at the white house. we're looking at about five minutes away or so. we'll bring it to you live as soon as he begins. we'll have, of course, our team of reporters to do some analysis. we'll take a quick break and be right back. >>> welcome to viewers across the c
that susan rice had nothing to do with benghazi and that the talking points were given to her. it really begs the question, why was she out there then? if she had nothing to do with this, she shouldn't have been the spokesperson. she got tripped up not only because of this, because of her record over the last several years. jon: let's interrupt this conversation to hear senator john mccain of arizona. he has been highly critical of susan rice. let's hear what he has to say about the benghazi report. >> -- surrounding the tragedy in benghazi. it has been more than three months after the attack that killed four americans in benghazi including ambassador chris stevens. the american people are beginning to get the answers they deserve but there are many more relevant questions surrounding this tragedy that still need to be answered. the report of the state department's accountability review board, or arb, is a serious and credible effort and identifies failures of both officials and institutions in the department. several people have lost their jobs, specific reforms have been identified to insur
, over mental health as well, but it begs the question will this tragedy be the tipping point in the fight over gun control specifically. i want to bring in some friends of the show right now, ischwab moody mills of the center for american progress, david nakamura and matt welch, editor-in-chief for "reason" magazine. matt, i want to start with you, i've met your 4-year-old daughter, a delightful young lady and i know your politics more than most is a bit nuanced. your perspective not to over state it, your perspective is a bit unique generally. what's your take on a discussion right now? are we talking about the right things as it pertains to -- to this tragedy? >> you know, i think that there's a -- a belief and it's somewhat wrong that we don't have this discussion. i've heard a lot of people saying on twitter it's time that we finally have a discussion about guns in society and gun laws. we actually do have this discussion, not just with every one of these just awful, you know, mind-boggling tragedies, but in general. we've had two supreme court cases, major ones in the la
up under most of the proposals. >> but this all begs the question of a great example this whole fiscal cliff the conversation we're having right here around the table about the simplification of our tax system. we laid out back during the campaign was basically a 20% flat tax across the board and gets away from all of these exemptions and all of the quite frankly you having to have two cpas and a lawyer to be able to do your taxes. and that's where washington really needs to be focused when we talk about what do they really need to be doing up there talking about spending obviously and talking about how you simplify the tax code in this country. allowing that -- the foreign dollars that are raised offshore to come back in here at a relatively low tax rate. to be able to drive the economy of this country. that's what they need to be talking about instead of the -- >> the only people that want a complicated tax code are the lobbyists. people may argue over the end rate but --? the current administration wants a complicated tax code, too, because the more you keep it complicated, t
mint's departure from the senate, begs the question is the end nigh for conservatives? let's bring back ari melber, perry bacon, joel sawyer. joel, let's start with you. senator demint's departure has many implications, one of them the influence of outside forces, outside forces, the conservative movement. outside forces of the conservative movement, rather than the leaders themselves. "washington post" pointing out, quote, demint's decision marks a monumental change from a not so long ago era when abandoning a prime perch in the senate to head a think tank would have been unthinkable. but the past decade has shown influence that figures outside elected office, whether tea party leaders or antitax advocates grover norquist can have on the conservative movement. joel, does demint's departure mean that we're going to see an even stronger push by outside groups like the heritage foundation? >> well, you know, i dispute the hypothesis a little bit. outside of what? i view it all as part of one bigger, larger conservative movement. whether it's the heritage foundation or some of the other conservative
in the first paycheck -- i beg your pardon, tax increases in the first paycheck presumably for people earning $250,000 or more. and that's just the start, isn't it, andy? >> i think actually a good deal for the market is a grand bargain of sorts. i don't think it will be $4 trillion. but $2.5 trillion would be the best outcome for markets. that is less fiscal tightening, which would help the markets in the near term. but i also think that if you think about entitlement savings down the road and having people stay in the work force longer, because it won't be as jen rours a benefits package, i think that's pro-gdp. people will be working longer. that's not sucking something out of the economy. >> chuck, forgive me, but i'm quite concerned that maybe the market has lost sight of what the underlying state of the economy may be here. goldman sachs, as a result of its financial services conference, they say clarity around the fiscal cliff may help with the margin. but there's no pentup demand that would aid growth next year. chuck, is goldman sachs right? are those attendees of that banking confer
in at 47. >> just a little bit outside. >> which begs the question, you know, i've always followed gallup, and i've alleged loves gallup, but this is just sort of a branding thing. i see gallup putting the president's approval rating at a certain number, i might as well be getting it from my 4-year-old, jack. >> they have a real challenge in front of them to fix their brand. you know what's been a problem for gallup is that for 20 years, professional pollsters, and you've heard this, joe, have whispered to us, be careful at gallup. this or that, and they never seemed to be that off, but they had a pretty bad year. >> take us through these poll numbers, shall we, chuck? big takeaway. >> our big takeaway has to do with the fact that the blame is now sort of evenly divided between both sides. much different than the abc poll of a couple of days ago. what's your big takeaway from this poll? >> by the way, what's different is that we offered the both part of this. >> oh, okay. >> abc did not. >> there you go. >> how you word a question and what you offer, that stuff does matter. we believe in
family at the holiday season. this woman now said by the of a beg began authorities to have an iranian passport.a began authorities to have an iranian passport. they showeded her passport and other identification. she was wearing an afghan police uniform. she apparently went to kabul police headquarters supposedly looking for someone important to kill. at least that's what afghan authorities are saying. and she had a weapon hidden on her person. she brought the weapon out, she walked up behind this american man and shot him debt. by all accounts the first time we've seen one of these incidents where the perpetrator is a woman. but there have been a growing number of these throughout the year tragically involving u.s. troop, nato troops, contractors and even afghan forces. >> and just let's talk more about how unique this really is. give us sort of the 30,000 foot view. >> the biggest problem they're having probably is figuring out why these incidents are happening. they all seem to be a bit different. there is always the talk could this woman have been a taliban infiltrate tore. could
there trying to beg and plead with the prison and nothing was working until they got the attention of congress and frankly fox news then there started to be movement. let's listen to the congresswoman. >> the parents tried to do it the old fashioned way. john has been rotting in jail since august. the parents did the right thing. they wanted to go through different channels. they hired lawyer after lawyer after lawyer. they had prayer services going here in our community. they didn't contact us until just a few weeks ago. as soon as they contacted us constituent service is what i live for. we pounced on this story and thanks to you guys at fox, you were able to save his life. and who knew how this story was going to end up. the parents knew that they were taking a risk but so far their easy manner was not getting them results. so they said we have got nothing to lose. those first days of media attention from fox were really rough for john. because the guards would rap on his cell and say hey gringo, what are you doing? why is the press calling? update this morning he is out now, of course. the
a project that's authorized, that has gone to the corps for study -- i beg your pardon? the presiding officer: the senator's time has expired. mrs. feinstein: may i ask for two minutes additional time, please. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection. mrs. feinstein: thank you very much. would essentially take a corps project that has been authorized and the study is being done. once the study is concluded, t the -- and it is cost-effective, the corps proceeds to construction. with respect to mitigation, what this amendment does is, as i understand it, is remove that authorization. now, i could understand how the language before was overly bro broad. what senator boxer and i did in an earlier amendment was narrow that language and we've addressed the shortcoming of the provision by striking it with an earlier amendment. that's amendment number 3421 and replacing it with new text. so this new text no longer authorizes an undefined set of projects. rather, it directs funding to be utilized to construct projects in areas that suffered direct inundation impacts from hu
and demanding closure of guantanamo beg for years and years but no one, and none of these do-gooder's talks about human rights in iran. where are these good people? those good people who talk about human rights in secular regimes in the middle east have totally forgotten us. i have an idea of why this is. i believe that many of them are communists. they still are even after the end of the cold war, they are communists. the only side with the enemies of the united states. they believe that the enemy of my enemy is my friends of the islamic republic of iran is critical to the united states, then they are a friend of me teaching at berkeley. >> how did you come up with that? >> was pure accident. that is such a shame but use your experiences from the years of the cold war. try to engage some of the people who showed the united states government during the cold war how to wage cultural warfare. not only the people who manage to make "dr. zhivago" to a movie. why is there no iranian "dr. zhivago?" you have to wage war against not only those who are not your enemies but opponents of the vast majo
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